Transaction Manager-Broker

Fischer & Company is a leading corporate real estate firm with expertise in consulting, brokerage and technology solutions. Focused exclusively on corporate services for end-users, our company offers an array of commercial real estate services as well as our proprietary corporate real estate technology platforms - ManagePath® and CRE Enterprise™.  Fischer & Company is committed to building a team that works to fulfill and surpass our client’s interests. We are always seeking innovative and highly motivated individuals to become a part of our team.  Throughout our history, Fischer has stayed true to the same founding principles: Integrity, Accountability, Dedication, Teamwork, Innovation, Loyalty and Excellence.


 Job responsibilities

  • Brokering commercial real estate transactions
  • Extensive interaction with existing clients in transaction management activities
  • Financial analysis of transactions
  • Market research and analysis
  • Aggressively drive the entire transaction process for acquisitions (lease/purchase) and dispositions (sublease/sale)
  • Preparing transaction materials
  • Resolving landlord and tenant disputes
  • Monitoring and maintaining projects using Fischer & Company’s proprietary technology solution, to ensure timely project completion


Your attributes 

  • Outstanding work ethic and commitment to individual and organizational success
  • Exemplary business ethics, professionalism, and integrity
  • A desire to work within a performance-based environment
  • True commitment to creating long term partnerships with our client partners
  • The ability to work both independently and also as part of a team



  • BBA in Finance, Real Estate, or related business field
  • Real Estate License (Salesperson or Broker)
  • 8+ years of related experience and/or training in corporate real estate
  • Solid computer skills required including Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Demonstrated ability to achieve goals
  • Flexibility to travel as business opportunities dictate